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... I came here with the same question on Beta blockers and alcohol. I'm only 20 and have been having the PVC's for about a year. ... (4 replies)
... I wouldnt use flecainide, it sounds too trisky. That "more than DOUBLING" of second heart attacks in the bold WARNING section of the drug sheet is too scary. Really, we take these drugs to SAVE our hearts, not destroy them. Also it is a fact fact that in many instances it has been shown to be PRO arrhythmic...just what you need, right? I don't think there are any... (4 replies)
... I am not saying that the alcohol and meds combined caused it but the alcohol when you already have issues going on with your heart can definitely make things worse. He's been told NO drinking at all. ... (4 replies)

... o male in Dallas. I've had PVC's and PAC's day and night for the last 6 years. I just recently got put on meds after 4 or 5 trips to the ER freaked out about my palps. ... (4 replies)
... some times they go away and some times they stay eat right and get rest (4 replies)
... effects from the beta blocker which are present with or WITHOUT alcohol. ... (7 replies)
... Is it cool to drink alcohol while on beta blockers? ... (3 replies)
... PVC's are benign. That's great!! However, they are just too disruptive to my life, and I want to try to suppress them, if I can. ... (10 replies)
... n of. It just made me sick. Sick to the point that my GI track felt inflammed all the time causing feelings of medication coming up to my throat and to my nose and causing eyes to feel inflammed with my ears always feeling hot, plus I woke up in the middle of the night with GERD symptoms and felt nauseous too. ... (8 replies)
... I do like the metoprolol better. Much less SOB and I seem to be SLIGHTLY less tired. ... (6 replies)
... Angina pectoris is a symptom of myocardial ischemia or infarction caused by an imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand. ... (1 replies)
... Give the alcohol a miss for a while and see what happens. ... (2 replies)
... Alcohol affects people differently and circumstances will affect people differently at other times. There is psychobiological component related to alcohol. ... (7 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with tachycardia and also a thickening on one of my valves. ... (2 replies)
... I was on a beta blocker for a year and had an occasional drink. I would have a drink at home first to see how it effects you. I think the worst that could happen is that you will feel tired. ... (3 replies)
... I thought the same thing that drinking would lower your heart rate. Apparently that is not true in my case. I take my beta blocker in the morning, so I'm sure that little 1.25mg is mostly worn off by the time I have a drink. ... (13 replies)
... It is really not a good idea to miss a dose of your BB. I have dealt with the arrhythmias for 9 years now and 4 different drugs so I just do as i please mostly. ... (7 replies)
... limit my drinks to one drink. Alcohol can also speed up your heart rate so becarefull how much you actually drink and what you drink. As you could end up out of rhythm and that would be hard to explain at the ER. ... (7 replies)
... The medical community has mixed thoughts on the subject. I have read one alcohol drink is beneficial for the heart. Another school of thought advises against. ... (7 replies)
... Hi nyxin, in AF, since the upper chambers of the heart quiver instead of contracting, blood may pool in the atria and there's a risk of blood clots being formed. If a blood clot breaks off into the general circulation, this could cause a stroke. ... (6 replies)

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